Fana Mokoena has said that it is very imperative that president Cyril Ramaphosa is charged. He said that if the president is not charged, it will be difficult to convince criminals that crime is punishable in South Africa. He said that everyone who engages in kidnapping, money laundering, racketeering, torturers and others should be published, irrespective of who they are. Furthermore, he noted that no one is above the law. Fana Mokoena argued that not letting Ramaphosa face the law is not going to be very nice. He wrote on Twitter, “If Ramaphosa is not charged, it will be difficult to convince criminals that crime is punishable in SA. Money launders, torturers and racketeers will feel vindicated. He must be charged and arrested”. The former EFF member of parliament has been writing extensively on why President Cyril Ramaphosa should be charged for multiple offenses he is accused of committing.
Some South Africans including Fana Mokoena has lamented that despite the cases that were reported, no investigation against the president had started. Mokoena has said that the silence of the ANC leaders is very bad for democracy. Furthermore, the Actor and former EFF MP Fana Mokoena has also said the current leadership of the ANC 'will lead the former liberation movement straight to its grave in 2024'. This is also what the critic, and MKMVA veteran, Carl Niehaus is saying. He said that by the time Ramaphosa finishes his tenure, there may be no more ANC. Fana Mokoena also said, “It’s worth mentioning again that the leadership the ANC has elected in the last five years, including Ramaphosa, will lead the former liberation movement straight to its grave in 2024. They must keep electing,”. He wants Ramaphosa to be held accountable for his wrongs. He noted that he must be charged so that people who commit crimes will know that the laws of South Africa do not permit crimes.
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